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    I wonder what possible Toronto venues might have been for 5 consecutive dates.
    Danforth Music Hall? Hummingbird Centre? Massey Hall reopening?

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    ^ Five shows at Massey Hall would have been my preference, but it may have been two at Meridian Hall (formerly Sony Centre formerly Hummingbird Centre formerly O'Keefe Centre) and the rest at smaller venues like Danforth, or Rebel (aka the Docks, where HTDA played).

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    ^ Five shows at Massey Hall would have been my preference, but it may have been two at Meridian Hall (formerly Sony Centre formerly Hummingbird Centre formerly O'Keefe Centre) and the rest at smaller venues like Danforth, or Rebel (aka the Docks, where HTDA played).
    what about Roy Thompson Hall? or The Queen Elizabeth Theatre?

    Anyway, so disappointed to learn this news. Toronto, like other cities needed multiple shows, its just incredible how fast anything Trent does selling out in this city. I really hope when things return to a time where shows are a thing that Trent keeps this plan in mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyperpower View Post
    what about Roy Thompson Hall? or The Queen Elizabeth Theatre?

    Anyway, so disappointed to learn this news. Toronto, like other cities needed multiple shows, its just incredible how fast anything Trent does selling out in this city. I really hope when things return to a time where shows are a thing that Trent keeps this plan in mind.

    Toronto will no doubt be on the list again. It's Vancouver I am concerned about being scrapped altogether. We don't usually get Nails shows, let alone multiple nights in a row. We're considered a B or C market city. Toronto is an A market city. You guys will get shows in 2021, 100%
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManBurning View Post
    Toronto will no doubt be on the list again. It's Vancouver I am concerned about being scrapped altogether. We don't usually get Nails shows, let alone multiple nights in a row. We're considered a B or C market city. Toronto is an A market city. You guys will get shows in 2021, 100%
    you know i am so surprised at how Vancouver gets treated as far as tours go. I've always thought the city looks fantastic so why would bands keep it?

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    Dear Trent,

    Shows have been cancelled and we don't know when it will be possible to have awesome shows again, that's a fact!
    So, in the meanwhile why not throwing some filed projects to the fans, for example...the self destruct complete show that was never released, but you still have and were you pulled footage for Closure.
    I do understand you didn't like the final product, but i'm pretty sure it kicks fucking ass.
    If you don't want to release it yourself, maybe you can leave it on patio table (if you have one), so it can be taken by the same dark force that published the Closure DVD.
    Think about it...

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    For someone who puts so much love and care into his live sound and setup, I'm surprised Trent hasn't done what Depeche Mode and Metallica and dozens of other bands have done and taped his live shows to be sold digitally on nin.com..

    $15-$20 for a complete show in FLAC, WAV or MP3? They could make a fucking killing off that sort of action..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManBurning View Post
    Toronto will no doubt be on the list again. It's Vancouver I am concerned about being scrapped altogether. We don't usually get Nails shows, let alone multiple nights in a row. We're considered a B or C market city. Toronto is an A market city. You guys will get shows in 2021, 100%
    They were doing a nice stand in the Northwest. Been awhile since they have played Seattle, too. I think both of us will get shows. Fingers crossed!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prettybrokenspiral View Post
    For someone who puts so much love and care into his live sound and setup, I'm surprised Trent hasn't done what Depeche Mode and Metallica and dozens of other bands have done and taped his live shows to be sold digitally on nin.com..

    $15-$20 for a complete show in FLAC, WAV or MP3? They could make a fucking killing off that sort of action..

    If they played 2009/2018 style setlists, I would buy every fucking show.....2013/2014 setlists....Not so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by theimage13 View Post
    That was a "Goodbye" tour for fans. The whole gang was there. Doubt we will see such a stellar show like that in Toronto (or ever again, lol).

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    Quote Originally Posted by shagg_187 View Post
    That was a "Goodbye" tour for fans. The whole gang was there. Doubt we will see such a stellar show like that in Toronto (or ever again, lol).
    2018 was a goodbye tour?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erneuert View Post
    2018 was a goodbye tour?
    Oops, I meant to say a "Thank you" show rather than a Goodbye show; once in a lifetime moment, felt like they would stop touring for a long while after it, at least to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shagg_187 View Post
    That was a "Goodbye" tour for fans. The whole gang was there. Doubt we will see such a stellar show like that in Toronto (or ever again, lol).
    All the more reason to film them. So if they didn't record those six back to back LA shows, I don't see why you'd think "you don't do 5 back to back shows without a camera crew" for this tour,. Obviously I'd be thrilled to be wrong, but don't get your hopes up - that's all I'm saying.

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    Am I nuts or is that a Rob Sheridan design on that merch? At least Sheridan-esque.

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    Primavera LA is officially pushed back to 18-19 Sept 2021, unsure if NIN will still intend to be a part of this. Hopefully the aforementioned tour can just be slotted in then as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halo eighteen View Post
    Primavera LA is officially pushed back to 18-19 Sept 2021, unsure if NIN will still intend to be a part of this. Hopefully the aforementioned tour can just be slotted in then as well.
    Primavera Barcelona 2021 has revealed an initial line up. I wonder if they will do the same for LA.

    Jehnny Beth will be at Barcelona...
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    Quote Originally Posted by halo eighteen View Post
    Primavera LA is officially pushed back to 18-19 Sept 2021, unsure if NIN will still intend to be a part of this. Hopefully the aforementioned tour can just be slotted in then as well.
    Incredible detective skills there.
    I had no idea he was planning on doing a festival show on his mini fall run.

    Hoping the festival uses the same lineup planned and NIN agrees to play again and reschedules the same citys around that festival.

    Quote Originally Posted by paul_is_dead View Post

    Jehnny Beth will be at Barcelona...
    Thanks for reminding me I need to go listen to this so called "Jenny Beth" I normally don't like NIN openers, but I'm always willing to give a Trent Reznor recommendation a try. Honestly, I think he picks really odd acts to open for them. Some strange head scratchers. Most of them I don't like, but every now and then one slips through the cracks that I enjoy.

    Just found out about this band last week called AL1CE. Electronic band from the LA area actually.
    I think they would be FANTASTIC openers for NIN. I've gotten really into these guys the last few days.




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